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Can you please be a little more specific? Are you referring to assigning the paging feature to a button on the phone or programming the actions the system performs when you press the existing paging button on the phone? Normally, when you press the predefined paging button on this phone the system prompts you to select where your paging output goes. Depending on how your system was set up it may ask you to select "set", meaning when you select this soft-key the system will sound a short alert tone through all of the speakers in all of the phones connected to the system then allow you to talk through all of the phone set speakers. The other option is to select a soft-key that directs the output of the paging to an external PA system that is connected to the NAM through a punchblock connection. You can usually also select "both" which directs the output through the phone sets and the PA system. I am not certain what, if any system programming might be involved - I am fairly certain that if your system has not been connected to a PA system the paging function is just available to output through the phone set speakers. If your phones have no buttons assigned to the page feature then you'll need to refer to the system programming procedures to find out which feature code is assigned to paging and then access it by pressing FEATURE + the paging code or assigning the paging feature code to an unused button.
Could be your mic does not work. Usually CBs has paging capability, set its paging system on(check speaker set up). If your mic is OK, I suspect you don't have transmission at all. To check without having special instruments, have a PL259 connector and connect a few inches of RG8 or RG58 and connect a 12V lamp(cars signal light bulb can do) at the other end, then press your PTT button and bulb must glow and go brighter when you talk. If not glowing at all maybe your final amp is busted, have it checked by the expert. Good Luck